Middle Tennessee State University’s Albert Gore Research Center has been awarded a $213,000 federal grant to fund the Brown v. Board of Education Oral History..
Middle Tennessee State University public history alumna Katherine Crawford-Lackey took a historic preservation approach to her role at founding father James Madison’s estate in Virginia, working to safeguard an..
Reflections on how the history of slavery in America is imparted in the classroom will form the substance of an upcoming MTSU webinar. Clint Smith,..
A penetrating examination of post-Civil War African American society in Tennessee will come to life in a free public lecture by an MTSU alumna. Leigh..
MTSU is taking advantage of virtual meetings’ flexibility by expanding its popular Strickland Visiting Scholar Lecture Series this spring, welcoming multiple public history experts in..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — MTSU students are unearthing an important chapter in Nashville history and American history, one small plot at a time. Actually, Andrew Wyatt,..
MTSU will be the center of an in-depth examination of African-American history led by an award-winning author. With the theme of “Slavery, Resistance and Community,”..
Bradley Academy Museum and Cultural Center celebrated an interactive history exhibit recently completed by MTSU graduate students with a May 26 reception at the museum. The..
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